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suicide bombers drove into the base killing four civilians and wounding 77 u.s. troops. >>> the remnants of hurricane isaac passing over the mid mississippi and lower ohio valleys right now. it's bringing threats of heavy rain and isolated tornadod. the storm is responsible for seven deaths in the u.s. alone, five in louisiana and two in mississippi, now the long and expensive clean-up and we'll have more on isaac coming up a bit later in the broadcast. >>> president barack obama began his road to charlotte tour today as he heads toward next week's democratic national convention. from the next four days he'll campaign in battleground states as well as visit the hurricane ravaged gulf coast. the challenger, gop presidential candidate mitt romney also campaigning in the battleground states. hoping to keep the momentum from last week's republican national convention. drew levinson reports both men took jabs at one another out on the campaign trail today. >> reporter: president barack obama went to iowa. the state which four years ago propelled him to the white house. [ cheering and applause
shore. but it looks like temperatures have cooled down into the 60s around here. 68 downtown and leesburg but farther east, it's a little milder in the 70s right now. peak wind gusts, how windy did it get? highest one i found so far in virginia at 69 miles an hour in ashburn. dulles 63. gaithersburg around 60. we'll talk about the cooler and drier air that moves in and the hint of fall we'll experience. bruce, back to you. >> thank you. >>> right now let's go to is surae chinn with a stage collapse. >> reporter: the stage and sound crew here trying to clean up all the debris all over the ground here. a lot of heavy equipment here. but they are trying to sort it all the place people enjoying a concert when there were high winds. a lot of the scaffolding it cleaned up now. some crewmembers on the stage had speakers fall on them sending them to the hospital. >> it got blown over. >> reporter: more than 1,000 people were enjoying a concert at the 22nd annual rosslyn jazz festival when they got a warning to evacuate. vendors frantically tried to pack up. >> bam it just hit. didn't
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